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There’s one stat I did like from this game, however. There’s a nice fat “4″ at the intersection of “Sean Marks” and “BS.” And no, that doesn’t stand for “bullshit.” Apparently he also had a couple of dunks, one of them quite shizznitilating, on passes from Manu.

Our condolences to the family and friends of Jason Collier, who passed away this morning, apparently because of a heart condition. Jason was a five-year NBA veteran currently playing for the Atlanta Hawks. Let’s hope the same thing doesn’t happen to Eddy Curry down the road. Life is a fragile and tenuous thing. Make the most of it.

SpursDynasty.com will be hosting a free NBA fantasy league through Yahoo! Sports this season. We’ll be having our draft sometime in mid-November. Stay tuned for more details.

As Dan and I were discussing last night, these preseason losses mean exactly nothing. If you haven’t been following the games, don’t be bothered by that 0-3 record. The Spurs’ starters are playing very few minutes, and key players are sitting out entire games. In the 4th quarter, Pop is playing the five guys who are trying to make the team, not regular rotation players. Unlike most teams, the Spurs…

…so the Spurs can kick your ass. Injuries are the shittiest thing about sports. Fans of teams with injured stars have to live with agonizing lost opportunities, fans of teams that beat them have to live with tainted victories, and both sides are left to wonder just how things would have gone down if everyone had been healthy and how much greatness we were robbed of by that bitch known…

…from someone who didn’t actually watch it but read an awful lot about it: Tim and Manu gave dominating performances and looked completely rust-free. Tim seems to have improved his free-throw stroke. But one game means nothing, of course. Brent and Beno played very well, showing great confidence and aggressiveness. They should prosper in their second season playing for the Spurs. Rasho and Nazr struggled against Snaq and got in…

This week’s episode, first broadcast on Sunday, 10/9 but due to be aired again by ESPN on Tuesday, 10/11 (and perhaps later in the week by NBA TV), features a segment on our own Manu Motherfucking Ginobili.

Although the Spurs’ 3rd string players fumbled away a victory in their charity game against the Heat, there were a number of exciting things about the game for Spurs fans, particularly the surprising performance of one Sean Marks. Marks, the Spurs’ token New Zealander, dominated Shaquille O’Neal in the paint, throwing down a pair of vicious dunks in his face and consistently rejecting Shaq’s weak shit. The hapless Shaq could…

It could certainly be argued that we’re already in the middle of the Spurs Dynasty, interrupted only by a playoff fart against the (motherfucking) Lakers in 2004. In any case, the last few seasons have been tremendous, and this season looks to be the best ever. But there is no guarantee that the dynasty will extend far beyond this season and next. Why? Because the Spurs rely on great depth,…